Once a warehouse area, this is now a shopping, high-tech and film industry district. Turn-of-the-century buildings that now ... More
Once a warehouse area, this is now a shopping, high-tech and film industry district. Turn-of-the-century buildings that now house high-end furniture, home design, and designer clothing retailers characterize the neighborhood, and it has become the favorite spot for film industry offices and shooting. Some of the city's best pubs and restaurants can also be found here.
Yaletown has great restaurants and some decent shopping. The restaurants range from Thai food like Simply Thai to pubs lie Yaletown Brew pub (that brew's their own beer) to hip clubs like the George or Glowbal after dark It's a very hip little area worth checking out!
Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre sits on the city's highest point and offers magnificent views of the ocean, city, and mountains.
Sheraton guests find themselves in the heart of Vancouver surrounded by the boutiques of trendy Robson Street and Yaletown, ...
The Totem poles in Stanley Park are a great representation of British Columbia First Nations artistry. These carved wooden pillars
are made from a single cedar trunk. There is a total of nine poles at the park.
The Howard Johnson Hotel Vancouver Downtown is nicely located on Granville Street in the earth of entertainment district with easy
access to Downtown Business Core, Convention Centre, Cruise Ship Terminal, Bus Depot, AMTRAK, Granville Island, Stanley Park, GM Place, ...
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